We’re all looking for ways to be marketing–wise, which means cutting costs while raising your ROI. Unfortunately, if you’re running a small business you may not have time to scan the internet for marketing blogs, webinars and forums.That’s why we’ve put together our own stimulus package filled with free goodies that will expand your abilities for marketing online and off.
Month: April 2009
These days, it seems like everyone is looking for creative ways to make money without spending it. Sounds impossible right? And we all know that email is a great way to get your message across to your clients, but not everyone knows there are some simple things you can do to build revenue without overspending your budget. If used correctly and sent to a well targeted audience, emails can be an effective low-budget way to generate revenue and build strong relationships with your customers. Here are five simple and effective ways to use email to make a profit.
We found 13 sites that will supply you with tons of free amazing background patterns that can help your designs standout.
You can use them for both web and print.
We have searched the Web for the best jaw-dropping business card designs, and we found some very unique designs that look like none we have ever printed.
We print custom die-cuts, but unfortunately we cannot print most of these in house. We just wanted to share.
“…Comedian Steven Wright tells a joke about a friend who sent him a postcard.
On the picture side, there was a beautiful shot of the planet earth as seen from outer space. On the address side was the message, ‘Wish you were here.’
There’s no getting around it – if you’re in business you have to write headlines (or have them written) for emails, printed material, landing pages, adword ads, and oh, just about anything else that you send out from your business. Why are headlines so important? “On average, 8 out of 10 people will read headline copy, but only 2 out of 10 will read the rest.”1 So, I’ve been on a quest to improve my headline writing skills and here is some of what I’ve learned. I’m counting on you to post and let me know if my headline skills have, or have not, improved.